Three Chicago White Sox documentaries we’d want from ESPN

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2005

Any fan of any team would adore a documentary on the best year in its team’s history. The Chicago White Sox were elite in 2005 which led to them winning the World Series. The players on that team are remembered fondly in this city to this day and it will never change. It is hard to see a White Sox team ever put together a run as memorable as this group.

The reason it would be an interesting ESPN documentary is the fact that they were somewhat underrated going into the season. Later, they fell off in terms of their division lead but manager Ozzie Guillen did what he needed to do get them over the hump. The Ozzie factor alone would make for great television.

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They then put together the most dominant postseason run in the history of baseball. Their 11-1 run to the World Series title would be so amazing for fans who might not know about it to watch. There are things like A.J. Pierzynski‘s drop third strike, the complete games made by pitchers, Geoff Blum‘s 14th inning homer, and a guy like Scott Podsednik hitting a walk-off home run. If this was all ever put into a documentary, it would be super exciting for all baseball fans.

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